Empty seats at a local auto racetrack.
One of the tall buildings in Charlotte, North Carolina
A partial view from the top of Independence Pass on the way to Aspen, Colorado. Elevation here is about 12,100 ft.
This spaceship? is actually a small imperfection inside a slab of granite rock. The dots are flecks of debris reflected into the lens. Taken with a 50mm normal lens mounted in reverse position on a fully extended bellows. I am guessing the magnification is around 4X but thats just a guess. The spaceship was so small, it was invisible to a naked eye.
The newest member of our family is Toodles, a 4 month old Aussiedoodle ( 1/2 Australian Shepard and 1/2 Poodle.) In this photo she weighs almost 30 lbs. and we expect her to be 40 to 50 lbs when full grown. Right now her biggest problem is chewing – everything from shoes to table legs, cereal boxes, etc. Anything wooden, plastic, or paper is in jeopardy if it’s within her reach. Our house is a disaster, but we love her anyway!!
A female Cardinal perched in front of a Maple tree. I thought the out of focus background was colorful and unusual. Taken yesterday in my back yard.
When the paddle-boarder looked over his other shoulder, he amost fell off his board. Lucky for him the fin belonged to a playful dolphin, but at first glance ——??? Taken in Shem Creek, just outside Charleston, South Carolina.
This is a small portion of the Montana ghost town was the first capitol of the State of Montana. When the gold from the local mines started to disappear, so did the population. The deserted town is now a state park.
Reflections of the Charlotte, NC skyline with a wide angle lens.